No Fate But What We Make

The past is filled with pain, the present with opportunity, and the future with uncertainty.

The past builds our body, character and mental acuity.

The present provides opportunities to continue this process and give us options to shape our future.

The future is set by those who have the moral courage and integrity to make it.

The past can be used to edify or destroy us. I choose edify. Looking back at the events and people who have changed and shaped my life is how I choose to live. Everyone makes mistakes: learn from them and move on. While we cannot change the past, we can ensure that the lessons we learned, shape our present and subsequent future actions.

Today, I know that our government is evil, our churches have utterly failed us and we are facing the destruction of everything that we cherish. What I look for in the present are those opportunities that will allow me to build a better future for our children. Opportunities are presented by God if you pray for guidance. Learn to recognize these opportunities and more importantly, act on them.

The fate of our future is what we make it. No one is coming to save us. There is no voting our way out of this. Trust in the Lord and find people who understand that nothing is more important than our children’s freedom.

Thou shalt not kill is the 6th commandment. We have to honor this unless we are at war or our personal safety is at risk. We only have two choices for a better future: fight the traitors who destroyed the Republic or hope that new Nuremberg Trials after WWIII will punish them. Hope is not a strategy that I live by.

David DeGerolamo

      
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Gen.Patton
Gen.Patton
7 days ago

Hebrews 1:11
Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.

Paraclete
Paraclete
7 days ago

“Thou Shalt Not Murder” is the proper quote of the commandment.
The pinko’s changed it years ago to compel folks to dis arm…

tom finley
tom finley
7 days ago

What we have before us will not be considered murder, it is self-defense, they are committing mass genocide. I pray and repent daily in my human condition and ask for guidance daily. I believe we will be under judgement until we remove from this country the evil that now infects every part of this nation. God does not favor cowards; we may not be the men our founding fathers were, but that is because we have become soft and dependent upon others for the hard work that needed to be done, the tree of liberty needs to be watered, and we cannot leave that to be done by anybody but ourselves.

Malachi
7 days ago

OK, so George Soros, Bill Gates, Anthony Fauci or another of their ilk is standing in front of you and you’re holding a Glock. What will you do? Asking for a friend …
The actual Hebrew is ‘not take the life of an innocent‘.

tom finley
tom finley
7 days ago
Reply to  Malachi

Innocent, they are not, I would do what needed to be done without hesitation.

grif
grif
7 days ago
Reply to  Malachi

A glock? I am thinking of other things that will help me get info as to who the head or heads of the snake are.

Don't mind me
Don't mind me
6 days ago

Thou shalt not kill is the 6th commandment”
Thou shalt not murder is the correct translation. Nothing unrighteous about killing when killing needs to be done.

Jolly Roger
Jolly Roger
5 days ago

The sixth commandment is not “you shall not kill,” but rather “you shall not murder,” which means you shall not take the life of another human being unlawfully. Lawfully is another matter. Deuteronomy 13:1-18 makes plain YHWH’s instructions on how to Lawfully handle all those who follow, or promote following other “gods.” It doesn’t take that much research to find out that the “little g” gods of the Bible are political chiefs, rulers & highest governmental authorities. 
Jeremiah 8:8 warns: “You think you have the Law and that God is with you, but the poison pen of the scribes has made it into a lie.”
After having researched for over 30 years all the places in the Bible that purport to command obedience to man-made governments and man-made laws, I found ALL of them to be falsified. Most people say “Jesus nailed the Law to the cross.” Lots of luck with that. The Bible commands us to obey YHWH’s Law ALWAYS and man-made law NEVER. It’s the poison pen of the scribes that commands us to “render unto Caesar”; “submit to the higher authorities”; “submit to every ordinance of man for the Lord’s sake”; “be subject to principalities and powers, to obey magistrates” on and on ad nauseam. I know you may think that surely there is SOME PLACE in the Bible that says to obey the laws of men… but NOPE. Satan has deceived the WHOLE world. The reason the world is in such terrible condition is that we have failed to obey God’s command to root out the criminals who promote some “law” other than His. Like Isaiah says at 24:5-6 concerning the coming “day of the Lord” (aka the second coming of Christ): 
5 The earth also is defiled under the inhabitants thereof; because they have transgressed the laws, changed the ordinance, broken the everlasting covenant. 6 Therefore hath the curse devoured the earth, and they that dwell therein are desolate: therefore the inhabitants of the earth are burned, and few men left.
We have transgressed the Laws at Deuteronomy 13 by failing to “weed the garden.”